Harvard Business Review

Career Planning: Don’t Set Too Many Goals for Yourself

In an era where we’re constantly bombarded with an overload of information, we as individuals tend to put a lot into setting a multitude of prioritized goals and dividing our focal points. And this strategy is certainly no different in the world of today’s corporations.  However, according to HBR, speed and flexibility – as opposed to systematically working towards achieving long-range goals – should be the winning ingredients in today’s dynamic business environment. In other words, in order to execute most successful career planning, we need to fight back against abiding too strictly to a fixed plan and attempting to do too much at once. This article provides a refreshing take on the stereotypical definition of the generally perceived antidote to noise and distractions of the work world.

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